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Please join us on Saturday, August 11th in Raleigh for our 2018 Statewide Membership Meeting! The Statewide Membership Meeting takes the place of a Statewide Convention in even-numbered years when officer elections are not being held, but additional business needs … Continue reading
RALEIGH: Jun 5, 2018 In honor of LGBT + identifying communities, Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed June as NC LGBT Pride Month. “I am proud to recognize the LGBT community and honor the many contributions LGBT North Carolinians have made … Continue reading
A Message from the President Happy Pride Month! On behalf of the LGBTQ Democrats of NC, I would like to thank Governor Roy Cooper for his continued support of the LGBTQ community and his commitment to fight with us to … Continue reading
Congratulations to 11th District LGBTQ Democrats Chair Clay Eddleman who was recently selected from over 50 nominees to be one of three recipients of the inaugural “Good Apple” Awards by the Henderson County Democratic Party. (note that apples are a … Continue reading
While many people don’t pay much attention to “off-year” elections, especially such as this one when there aren’t high profile statewide elections for US Senate, it is important that we pay even greater attention to turnout for General Assembly elections … Continue reading
Message from the President In this season of Thanksgiving and Hope, we have much to be thankful for and even though at times things seem bleak, there are many reasons to have hope for our future in North Carolina and … Continue reading
From The President Hello LGBTQ Democrats of North Carolina! On Wednesday, Governor Roy Cooper kept his promise and signed an Executive Order barring discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Read the Executive Order or check out this article from medium.com we shared last week on our Facebook … Continue reading
LGBT Democrats of North Carolina 2015 State Convention Candidate Personal Statements
Last night was Election Day in North Carolina and many out LGBT elected leaders were re-elected, while one new out LGBT leader was elected for the first time. Major set backs were suffered in Chapel Hill as two out LGBT … Continue reading